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Yesterday tossed a chicken on the smoker.  Easy peasy.    Corn and pepper side

 

 

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More fried green tomatoes with crab meat in warm garlic butter.

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@HungryChris -- I notice when you serve corn on the cob, it's always swathed in a tea towel. Is that to both keep it warm and take up moisture remaining on the ears so butter will adhere better?

 

Never thought of doing it that way. I generally just put it in a baking dish and slather butter on top, then make sure my ear is one of the last out of the dish, so I can roll it around in the accumulated melted butter.

 

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1 hour ago, kayb said:

@HungryChris -- I notice when you serve corn on the cob, it's always swathed in a tea towel. Is that to both keep it warm and take up moisture remaining on the ears so butter will adhere better?

 

Never thought of doing it that way. I generally just put it in a baking dish and slather butter on top, then make sure my ear is one of the last out of the dish, so I can roll it around in the accumulated melted butter.

 

@kayb, It is a thing my grandmother always did. Even as a young kid, I used to marvel at how well it kept in the heat. I just never gave any other serving option much thought.

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Farmer's market tomato with fresh mozzarella and basil

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Cornish pastie.    "Broken" and beef gravy poured into/over.

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Husband didn't add green onion

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And if that's not enough "pie" for one meal, backyard plums

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We had large Gulf shrimps on the grill, also some NY strip steak for the kids. My daughter wanted nectarine in the salad and my son baked beets. I love the Chile crunch condiment I am able to buy in Wholefoods and that went on top of my shrimps. Another nice discovery is that my local supermarket carries Sullivan Street bakery Ciabatta and that was grilled and rubbed with garlic. 

 

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@Franci your son wanted baked beets.  I predict great things for him. 

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Potato-leek soup.

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Oven Baked Chicken Thigh Burgers. Aioli, slaw, pickles and 'American Style' Bacon & Cheese slice from Costco. 

 

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Slaw is Vegetables. It counts. 

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6 hours ago, Dante said:

Potato-leek soup.

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On a toast ?!

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18 hours ago, HungryChris said:

@kayb, It is a thing my grandmother always did. Even as a young kid, I used to marvel at how well it kept in the heat. I just never gave any other serving option much thought.

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I serve my corn that way too, and for the same reason as you (mom and grandma did it that  way).  It really does seem to keep it hot.

 

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On a toast ?!

 

I think that is a  potholder 🙂

 

Got home later than planned so my original dinner plans went out the window.  Sandwiches to the rescue.  Leftover ribeye from Saturday, parmesan cheese, truffle butter and greens for husband

 

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Homemade turkey sausage (from the freezer), egg, tomatoes and greens for me.  Half of each sandwich is wrapped in the fridge for a lunch later.

 

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@liamsaunt, even your fall-back fare looks like fine restaurant work! You didn't mention the bread, but it's fine-looking stuff too. More information about that, please? (Please don't tell me you just whipped up the bread when you got home. ;) )

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5 minutes ago, Smithy said:

@liamsaunt, even your fall-back fare looks like fine restaurant work! You didn't mention the bread, but it's fine-looking stuff too. More information about that, please? (Please don't tell me you just whipped up the bread when you got home. ;) )

 

Totally agree with Smithy! 

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12 minutes ago, Franci said:

 

Did I miss something on beets in my absence 😁

Probably.  😉  Welcome back!

I just meant that beets are not on many kids' lists of edible food.

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12 minutes ago, gfweb said:

Probably.  😉  Welcome back!

I just meant that beets are not on many kids' lists of edible food.

😁 I have strange kids then. My son has a passion for good quality anchovies and my daughter loves bitter vegetables  and liver 😂


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Venison taco salads again along with a Hatch (not really truly Hatch because my brother-in-law grew it here and I'm super jealous because peppers just do not grow like that for us) chile .

 

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Fried crawfish tails, shrimp, mac and cheese and fried okra oh and squash

 

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13 minutes ago, Shelby said:

Venison taco salads again along with a Hatch (not really truly Hatch because my brother-in-law grew it here and I'm super jealous because peppers just do not grow like that for us) chile .

 

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Fried crawfish tails, shrimp, mac and cheese and fried okra oh and squash

 

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I have to try crawfish someday.

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Just now, Shelby said:

If you like lobster you will like crawfish :) 

yes please and could you cook it?

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1 hour ago, Franci said:

😁 I have strange kids then. My son has a passion for good quality anchovies and my daughter loves bitter vegetables  and liver 😂

 

my son is strange in the same way

he ate all kinds of "weird" stuff as a young teen

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